Descriptions of hotels on the North Norfolk coast.

North Norfolk featured in the Sunday Times Style Magazine

North Norfolk's Holkham Hall This weekend's Sunday Times Style magazine featured North Norfolk as a possible mini-break venue. The front page header reads: "Cornwall! Norfolk! Whitley Bay?" I turned the…

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Overstrand – traditional Norfolk seaside resort

Overstrand on the North Norfolk coast is an ideal location for quieter family holidays. The beach is sandy and is never overcrowded. Local amenities include an excellent village stores, a public house, a cafe, a sports club with a bar open to the public, a shop where locally caught crabs and lobsters can be purchased, a holiday park and a hotel.

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The Sea Marge at Overstrand

To the casual visitor Overstrand is a pleasant but unremarkable Norfolk coastal village. There is a good beach, a village shop and post office, a clifftop cafe and a good public house; a great place to spend a summer's day. However, there is more to Overstrand than meets the eye. I will be detailing some of the village's unusual features in a later article. The Sea Marge Hotel is an impressive building at the eastern end of the high street and is a unique place to stay and a great place to dine.

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